Interesting blog about data visualisation,and a good example of a research blog too!
whitney music box var. 19 - stereo sonar (new) →
a musical realization of the motion graphics of john whitney as described in his book “digital harmony”
PSDTUTS is a fairly good free Photoshop tutorials website. The same company also runs NETTUTS (web development), AUDIOTUTS (sound and music), and VECTORTUTS (for vector illustration). I’m still on the hunt for a recommendable Flash tutorial resource.
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Free O'Reilly tech books and Safari contest -... →
Free access to O’Reilly books for BoingBoing readers. Might be worth a look, even if you save the content for later.
Cory Arcangel - Digital Media Artist →
Interesting online lecture by Cory Arcangel, creator of many computer game hacks and game-related works. Perfect for the long winter evenings ahead.
Flickr Photo Download: Gesten des Zeichnens –... →
A processing piece from somewhere, I like the aesthetic of the screen. Where can you buy those?
People Like Us - We Edit Life (2002) →
Vicki Bennett, AKA People Like Us, featured on the media resource UBUweb. This film, We Edit Life, is one of my favourites. There are more films to download on this site, as well as more details about her projects on Vicki’s own site.
Rafael Lozano-Hemmer - Projects →
Rafael Lozano-Hemmer was born in Mexico City in 1967. In 1989 he received a B.Sc. in Physical Chemistry from Concordia University in Montréal, Canada. Electronic artist, develops large-scale interactive installations in public space, usually deploying new technologies and custom-made physical interfaces. Using robotics, projections, sound, internet and cell-phone links, sensors and other devices,...
Colorcalm by Design →
Ambient colour-changing screensaver DVD. I’m not convinced this is art - I think it’s closer to graphic design. Perhaps a good moment to consider the differences between the two disciplines?
The animation site I was thinking of yesterday, courtesy of Han Hoogerbrugge.
When I am King →
Bizarre web comic, surreal and odd. Note the way that the narrative is delivered using mostly still images, but particularly in the later episodes how scrolling is used creatively to show events in time. This is nearly 10 years old - making these techniques seem quite fresh in their oldness.
Interesting promotional video from Scott Draves. (Can you tell he’s a computer scientist by training?) Scott Draves Software Artworks 1992-2008
Artist showing that simple graphical treatments in Flash can have interesting results. I think itwillneverbethesame.com is my favourite.
New media theory
The advent of new media technologies has created a large amount of discussion about what they might mean in terms of art, and in terms of culture more broadly. There has been an enormous amount of theorising about new technologies, much of it done speculatively in the 1980s and 1990s. Resultingly, the body of knowledge surrounding these technologies as applied to art is a huge, often contradictory...
a u t o g e n a p r o j e c t s →
Lisa Autogena is one of my favourite artists, combining scientific and artistic approaches to make a diverse body of work.
flying puppet →
The interactive dance works of Nicolas Clauss. There are a lot of interesting works in the archive (some of which is in French)